Farmers welcome CWA Focus

first_img Download full press release here: PR2252014 – Farmers welcome CWA focus PR2252014 – Farmers welcome CWA focusPR2252014 – Farmers welcome CWA focusPR2252014 – Farmers welcome CWA focusPR2252014 – Farmers welcome CWA focusPR – Farmers welcome focusfarmers welcom focus Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Feb 2, 2020 Apr 8, 2020 May 3, 2020 No more active COVID-19 cases in Suriname St.Kitts And Nevis Dirctor Of Agriculture Gives Forecast Of… Apr 12, 2020center_img Suriname reaffirms commitment to CARICOM April 10 update Farmers in the Region on Monday welcomed the attention being placed on family farming, but cautioned against the absence of women and youth, shifting goalposts and ignoring cultural elements in the development of policy for the sub-sector. The position was provided from the floor at a seminar titled `Caribbean Agricultural Transformation: the Role of Family Farming’. It was the first activity of the 13th Caribbean Week of Agriculture (CWA) now underway in Paramaribo, Suriname. You may be interested in… #CWA2014 – Expectations high for Caribbean Week of AgricultureAs the clock winds down to the opening of the 13th Caribbean Week of Agriculture (CWA) in Suriname agricultural organisations have been signaling their expectations of the Region’s leading agricultural event and their faith in the Community’s quest to meet its food and nutrition needs. This year, CWA will be…October 2, 2014In “Suriname”#CWA2014 – A day for farmers?Should a day be set aside each year to celebrate farmers? His Excellency Soeresh Algoe, Minister of Agriculture of Suriname certainly thinks so, and is rallying his colleagues in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to advocate for the observance of International Farmers’ Day on October 8 each year. At the opening…October 13, 2014In “Anguilla”#CWA2014 Family farmers – better stewards of earthFamily farmers were on Monday hailed as better stewards of the earth who provide safe food for the populace of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). The role of family farmers was acknowledged during the first seminar of the Caribbean Week of Agriculture (CWA) 2014. The seminar’s main aim was the promotion…October 6, 2014In “General”Share this on WhatsApplast_img

East Hampton’s 200 Freestyle Relay Second In County

first_img East Hampton senior Julia Brierley. East Hampton senior Darcy McFarland. Pierson junior Kiara Bailey-Williams. Pierson junior Kiara Bailey-Williams. The Bonackers swam hard, and fast, but in the end East Hampton’s 200-yard freestyle relay came two seconds short of a Suffolk County title on Saturday, November 9 at Suffolk Community College in Brentwood.“The dedication and hard work that the girls put in throughout the season shined through in their efforts in the competition,” head coach Craig Brierley said. “Throughout the meet, the Bonac girls, again, posted either season-best or lifetime-best times — a very impressive task given the fact that most of them posted best times just a week prior.”Senior Sophia Swanson swam a personal best 24.40 seconds as the anchor of the relay. She also finished third in the 200 freestyle in 1:58.31, and third in the 100 freestyle in 53.78, which was also a state-qualifying time.“Sophia has earned her successes in the pool,” Brierley said of Swanson, who was chosen by her teammates as the swimmer of the meet. “She’s always a tough competitor and a consistent hard worker in practice.”Swanson also swam a lifetime best in her leg of the 400 freestyle relay that touched the wall fifth in 3:45.92. That quartet, which includes Catalina Badilla, Julia Brierley, and Jane Brierley, was tasked with attempting to drop over 17 seconds in order to qualify that relay in the state meet.“Of course, these girls were up for the challenge, and came close,” Brierley said. The girls dropped almost 15 seconds between them and finished in fifth place.In the end, East Hampton finished sixth out of 26 schools.East Hampton senior Julia Brierley took more than two seconds off her season best and .4 off of her personal best time to finish seventh in the 50 freestyle, touching the wall in 25.96; and Pierson junior Kiara Bailey-Williams dropped over two seconds from her season-best time (2:23.06) for a 14th-place finish.Freshman Jane Brierley dropped 1.8 seconds with a fifth-place finish in the 200 individual medley, and 1.4 seconds off her 100 freestyle (57.14) for 15th place.East Hampton senior Darcy McFarland went a personal best in the 100 butterfly (1:06.46) for 23rd place. East Hampton sophomore Emily Dyner erased 1.6 seconds off her lifetime best (1:04.15) with an 18th place finish in the 100 backstroke, and Bailey-Williams bettered her career best by 2.3 seconds to finish in 21st place (1:04.65).Dyner, Bailey-Williams, McFarland, and Caroline Brown went best times and finished 11th in the 200 medley relay.Both Brierleys, Bailey-Williams, McFarland, and Swanson will represent East Hampton in the state championships at Ithaca College November 22 and 23. Swanson will compete in the 100 butterfly and 100 freestyle. Jane Brierley will swim in the 100 breaststroke, and she, Swanson, the other Brierley, and McFarland will race in the 200 medley relay. Bailey-Williams is the team’s alternate.desiree@indyeastend.com East Hampton senior Julia Brierley. East Hampton senior Sophia Swanson.center_img Share Pierson junior Kiara Bailey-Williams. East Hampton freshman Jane Brierley. Pierson junior Kiara Bailey-Williams. East Hampton senior Sophia Swanson.last_img read more

Plug Power announces 2014 financial results

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Steady market growth expected for CENTRAVIS

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Coronavirus: Faber Cylinders provides update

first_imgBased near Venice in Cividale, Italy, the cylinder manufacturer has said that it is respecting its commitments.“Even in this period of emergency we regularly continue in our fairness and respect policy towards our suppliers, customers and partners,” the company explains in a recent statement.“We are sure that we can achieve our goal by working together honestly and with respect for the value chain that sees us as gears of the same system that cannot stop.”Faber currently employees approximately 400 people at its Cividale del Friuli plant and its Castelfranco Veneto plant.“We feel proud in being able to make contribution and feel useful in this moment of great difficulty.”“At this time, attention is focused on the production of cylinders that can make the equipment that saves coronavirus patients. All our staff are proud of this commitment.”last_img read more

Cost, carbon and capital

first_imgStay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our community Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Subscribe now for unlimited access To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGINlast_img read more

Van der Vlist cements UK job

first_imgThe largest kiln section had a diameter of 4 m and length of 19.7 m, which meant that a vessel bridge trailer was required in Germany to comply with road transport regulations. The cargo was then transhipped onto an eight-axle semi low trailer for the UK leg of the journey.The smaller piece, which had the same diameter but a length of only 2 m, was transported on a euro low loader for the full journey.Both kiln sections were delivered to the port of Rotterdam, where they were shipped to the UK’s Killingholme port.For the journey from Killingholme, a private escort car was used to guide the 64-tonne larger kiln section through the narrow roads just south of the Humber Bridge.Both sections arrived safely at the site, where they were lifted into place at the cement factory.  www.vandervlist.comlast_img read more

WATCH: Brazilian joined Klopse jol

first_imgTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Brazilian national, Paulo, brought the samba to the Cape Town Street Parade. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlaySeek back 10 secondsSeek forward 30 secondsMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration -:-Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time –:- Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Video Advertisementlast_img read more

UK railway news round-up

first_imgThe Urban Transport Group of transport authorities has written to the Office of Rail & Road expressing concern that changes to infrastructure charging regimes could shift industry costs onto regional services ‘that don’t create the majority of that burden in the first place and which are least able to bear it’, according to UTG’s lead board member on rail issues, Ben Still. ‘This in turn will make regional railway services look far more expensive than they actually are, generating public subsidy per trip figures that are misleading but which can be used to undermine the case for continuing to support and invest in regional rail services’, he said.The UFI Charitable Trust has awarded the National Skills Academy for Rail a grant to fund a project to encourage young unemployed adults to consider careers in digital rail. NSAR is to work with a specialist technology partner to develop Trax, a digital platform hosting videos exploring rail jobs which will be accessed via mobile devices and social media. The pilot is to focus on London and the southeast.The Office of Rail & Road has published its economic enforcement policy and penalties statement relating to rail services in Northern Ireland.Network Rail is reviewing its approach to managing its road vehicle fleet, and is seeking to understand options available in the market to ensure the best value over both the short-term and longer term. It is also seeking parties interested in the maintenance of road-rail vehicles. Expressions of interest should be submitted by January 12.The Office of Rail & Road has begun consultation on options for amending notification factors in Schedule 4 of franchised passenger track access contracts, aiming to improve Network Rail’s incentives to plan possessions in accordance with passenger needs. Responses are invited by February 12.Chiltern Railways is seeking volunteers to trial a smart phone ticketing system which would automatically determine journeys taken and then charge the best available rate at the end of the day. Participants must be iPhone users who travel from Oxford Parkway or Bicester Village to London Marylebone.Transport for London is to call tenders in February to select six companies which would be granted 12 months of sector-exclusive advertising rights across the Elizabeth Line. ‘As the Elizabeth Line will redefine London, we are also redefining our approach to commercial partnerships’, said Graeme Craig, Director for Commercial Development. ‘We are seeking six exclusive partners who will work with us to work with us to launch the line, transforming how we work with leading brands to engage one of the most valuable and diverse audiences in the world.’Sutton Council has approved Network Rail’s £2·5m proposal for new lifts and an underpass to provide step-free access at Carshalton station as part of the Department for Transport’s Access for All programme.‘We are committed to this vision and we intend to present further growth proposals to ORR in the near future’, said Grand Central Managing Director Richard McClean after the Office of Rail & Road rejected an application for access rights to run an early morning Wakefield – London King’s Cross service, a return journey leaving London at 21.50, and to be able to call at Peterborough. The application did not reach the required ratio on ORR’s ‘Not Primarily Abstractive’ revenue test.The Office of Rail & Road has published an update to its January 2017 financial framework consultation, outlining policy developments that have implications for Network Rail’s funding structure for CP6 and ORR’s route level approach to determining its revenue requirements. Comments are invited by January 18.On December 18 the House of Lords approved regulations for Transport for the North to become the first statutory sub-national transport body in England. A motion will be considered in the House of Commons on January 10, which, if approved, would enable statutory status to be enacted for the new financial year.From January 8 Greater Anglia is to close the ticket offices at Walton-on-the-Naze, Thorpe-le-Soken, Alresford, Great Bentley, Dovercourt, Harwich International and Great Chesterford. The TOC said sales at the stations ‘fall well below minimum sales thresholds set by the Department for Transport to consider an application to alter the statutory opening hours’, and no jobs would be lost as staff will be deployed as mobile ‘welcome hosts’ or to other ticket offices.London Overground launched Night Overground services on December 15. A 24 h service operates between Dalston Junction and New Cross Gate on weekends.last_img read more

Landslide kills 12 in southern Ethiopia

first_imgEthiopia declares 3-day national mourning after deadly landslide kills at least 72 Armyworms ravage crops in southern Ethiopia Landslide kills 10 in Burundi Related Heavy rains triggered a landslide in southern Ethiopia on Tuesday, killing 12 people and “severely injuring” another four, state-affiliated media said.The victims were killed when the landslide crushed three houses in the Dawro Zone of the Horn of Africa country’s SNNP province, Fana Broadcasting Corporation said.“The bodies of ten people have been recovered. The search is ongoing to uncover the remaining two corpses,” the agency said, quoting a district police chief.The official said the four critically injured people were taken to hospital for treatment.last_img read more